Do you consider yourself a prayer warrior? Would you like to become one? In part 1 of this two-part episode, we discuss some great lessons about prayer that can be gleaned from the movie “War Room.” Whether you’ve seen the movie or not, you’ll definitely come away encouraged and armed for spiritual battle!
Our collective science nerd comes out this week as we discuss the science of prayer. While prayer is a spiritual practice, even among the scientific community there is no doubt that prayer has an impact on the physical body as well, particularly the brain. We hope you’ll enjoy taking a look at the scientific side of one of God’s greatest gifts to humanity.
Does prayer really make a difference? If God knows everything and is truly in control, isn’t he just going to do what he wants in the end anyway? If you’ve ever asked yourself these questions, you won’t want to miss this week’s discussion about prayers and fatalism.
There are certain prayer meeting mistakes we can all relate to. This week, we take a lighthearted look at several ways not to pray corporately.
Join us this week as we discuss the book “Touch the World through Prayer” by Wesley Duewel. There were so many takeaways, we could have done several episodes about it. But we settled for talking about just a few of our favorite insights about prayer from this powerful book.
We often think of prayer as talking to God, but sometimes neglect being still and simply listening. In this episode, we discuss different ways we can hear God’s voice, as well as pitfalls to avoid as we listen.
If the word “resolutions” makes you cringe a little, you aren’t alone! We all have good intentions for the new year, but most of us have trouble following through. So what does a “prayer resolution” look like? Is it even worth making? Find out the answers in this week’s episode.
What better way to bring in the New Year than to pray? This week's episode isn't just all about prayer - it's literally all prayer! We wanted to take time to cover as many topics as our thirty minute podcast would allow, so we hope you'll join us for an opportunity to saturate the coming year with the power of corporate prayer.